Jfrog integrating with jenkins
Create JFrog Artifactory credentials inside Jenkins
*From the Jenkins dashboard, click on "Credentials", then "System", then "Global credentials
*Click on the "Add Credentials" link on the left-hand side menu to create a new credential.
*Choose "Kind" as "Username with Password".
*Leave the "Scope" field on its default value of "Global".
*Add the Artifactory username ("admin") in the "Username" field.
*In the "Password" field, add the password for the account.
*Add an ID (name) in the "ID" field (for example "artifactory-account")
*Add a description in the "Description" field (for example "credentials to access artifactory
*Click on the "OK" button to save your settings
Installing the JFrog Artifactory plugin in Jenkins
*From the Jenkins dashboard, click on "Manage Jenkins", then on "Manage Plugins", and then on the "Available" tab.
*Type "Artifactory" in the Filter field
*From the available SonarQube plugins, select (tick) "SonarQube Scanner for Jenkins" from the list and click on the "Install without restart" button.
*Restart Jenkins if needed.
Configure the JFrog Artifactory plugin in Jenkins
*From the Jenkins dashboard, click "Manage Jenkins", then "Configure System"
*Once on the "Configure System" page, scroll down all the way to the "Artifactory" section.
*Tick the "Use the Credentials Plugin" check box, if you want to use the previously created credentials
*Under the "Artifactory servers" section, click on the "Add Artifactory Server" button.
*Give your Artifactory server a name using the "Server ID" field.
*Enter the Artifactory server URL in the "URL" field. Please note that you need to add "/artifactory/" to the domain name even if your
Artifactory is a standalone server!
*Select your Artifactory credentials in the "Credentials" drop-down.
*Click on the "Test Connection" button to test your connection.
*Click on the "Save" button at the end of the page.
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